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Date: Sat Mar 26 2005 - 06:20:44 EST

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Hi folks,

The following message is courtesy of Eunice Askov.

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Behalf Of Eunice Askov
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Subject: [NIFL-TECHNOLOGY:3545] summer registration for online family
literacy courses

It's time to think about summer registration for family literacy 
courses delivered by Penn State's World Campus.  You can use the 
online courses in the Certificate in Family Literacy 
<> as electives in your bachelor's 
or master's degree programs.  (You may select individual courses or 
the entire Certificate.)  This summer we are offering the 
Introduction to Family Literacy (ADTED 497A) which explores the 
4-component model of family literacy (adult literacy, parenting 
education, early childhood education, and parent-child interactive 
literacy).  We are also offering Interactive Literacy: Parents and 
Children (ADTED 497D) which studies the development of language and 
literacy skills in young children with an emphasis on how 
low-literate and non-English speaking parents can be enabled to help 
their children.  We are receiving many excellent comments about the 
quality of our courses from our students.  The Certificate in Family 
Literacy was developed by the Goodling Institute for Research in 
Family Literacy in partnership with the National Center for Family 
Literacy.  Classes begin on May 25 with an orientation period. 
Nickie Askov, Co-Director, Goodling Institute, Penn State

P.S.  You can check these courses out by looking at the syllabus and 
sample lessons:


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